• This is a minor issue, but I would appreciate it if you moved the two word list. How about moving it from the dictionary tab
    to the tools tab?

    At the moment, I often can't see multiple word definitions because the two word list is now taking up lots of space. Here's a screenshot:

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    There should have been another definition below zeta.

    Thanks.


  • @zaph Now that you mention it, why do we even have a two-letter word list, especially one that is displayed so prominently? Isn't part of the game simply knowing what words one can form from different mixes of letters? Some are better at it than others. (right?)


  • @zaph Good point. There's a huge chunk of unused space underneath that tools tab graph to move it to.

    The definitions themselves are all over the place though. It doesn't always prioritize the most common or logical definitions. If it's a word with multiple meanings, it will often bring up the most obscure definition available and ignore everything else.


  • @dan-mitchell said in Move two word list:

    @zaph Good point. There's a huge chunk of unused space underneath that tools tab graph to move it to.

    The definitions themselves are all over the place though. It doesn't always prioritize the most common or logical definitions. If it's a word with multiple meanings, it will often bring up the most obscure definition available and ignore everything else.

    Yes, I agree that the definitions are often lacking, but once in a while I find one very interesting!

    (I finally remembered a recent one: "gul: a geometric, usually octagonal, design used in Turkoman carpets")


  • @zaph True. It does a pretty good job at defining those lesser-known words, at least when there's a definition available.


  • @zaph
    I'm opposed, as I use both the dictionary and the two-letter word list often and therefore like having them in the same place. If the two-letter word list were in the Tools pane I'd always be switching between Dictionary and Tools, and I don't want to do that.


  • @zaph Thank you for sharing this. We will pass your suggestion to the development team for consideration.